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ONLY A FIGURE OF SPEECH.

THE
DIVISION
IN
THE
WOMENS
MOVEMENT

VOTE
FOR
WOMEN

[Image: This postcard is part of series entitled "Haremette." Color illustration of a masculine looking woman wearing harem pants, making an address. The…

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IMPS BECOME SUFFRAGISTS.

REMOVALS
BY
ROAD RAIL OR SEA

VOTES FOR WOMEN
VOTES FOR WOMEN
VOTES FOR WOMEN

COPYRIGHT "IDEAS"

[Image: Postcard contains a colorful illustration of cartoon "imps" who are behaving wildly. Some fight policemen,…

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"There ain't much 'am in that sandwich, 'Arry."
"No; but there's plenty of mustard."

VOTES FOR WOMEN

[Image: A colored photo postcard featuring two men standing on a street corner outside a shop talking, beside a mannish suffragette holding a…

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[Image: A yellow postcard featuring a fashionable woman sporting a banner with the words "Votes for Women."] Color; Print
A transcript of the message, written by Mrs. Mary T. Lewis Garnett to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, follows: "It's fine -- admirably…

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"I protest against Man-made laws."

COUNSEL
WITNESS
VOTES FOR WOMEN

[Image: Postcard, printed, cardboard, polychrome, white border, black text, anti-suffrage cartoon depicting a suffragette being prosecuted in court, policeman in the witness…

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The Suffragette in Court: "Two months without chocolates"

VOTES FOR WOMEN

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[This postcard shows a Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) rally in Hyde Park on 23 July 1910. The demonstration was staged in support of the Women's Conciliation Bill being debated in parliament at the time. Two processions converged on Hyde…

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Votes for Women: The Suffragette nails her colours to the mast

[Here the suffragette is depicted as a masculine woman wearing manly clothing including a pork pie hat, this being at the time a direct reference to lesbianism. Those opposing female…

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[This postcard shows a 'poster parade' by a group of suffragettes wearing sandwich boards printed in purple, white and green, the suffragette colours, to advertise a demonstration to be held on Ealing Common on 1 June 1912. This was one of a series…
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